Conflict deceives the species into acting under an artificial supermotif - that is that the victor is determined unequivocal and impervious pioneer of the species. All inferior attributes to one's evolutionary opponents are consequently vilified during the act of conflict into the antithesis of the belligerent species 'devoir vivre'. The very existence of the belligerent's foe is a threat to the continuation of live as it is known, otherwise war is impossible. Compounded by the moral compromises one inevitably makes to assure one's survival during conflict, the weakest moral fibre of the victor will surely become the theological touchstone of the species next evolutionary phase. Evolutionary fervor is inevitably too determined for the species justification to expand and continue, yet the act of aggressive conflict is in fact a retrograde step to counter its own advancement, and, for reasons elsewhere explained, its own unavoidable eradication.